Michael Rudd works for the production company, Production 101, that handles this play. At night, he petsits Tulea and he played my assistant in the winning Broadway Cares skit. I adore him and have asked him to be my assistant on my next film.
There has been hearing assistance on one or two shows when groups of hearing impaired had planned to come in advance but, as a day to day rule, there is no signage or captioning.
I am not going to stop blogging when the play ends. As I said in an earlier blog, I made the decision to continue for as long as I feel I have something interesting to say. Right after the play, on May 23rd, a large group of us, that will include my family, leave Atlanta for the Galapagos for 8 days. It is a fundraising trip for my non-profit, G-CAPP, but, as always, it will be combining fundraising with fun-raising. I have found out that I can blog from there and so I will. My daughter, Vanessa, will also be making a video log of the trip. She is a very talented photographer!!!!
See you later today